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in california. >> definitely in this state but it's a mixed bag. sometimes it's the city, sometimes it's the state. >> you have to navigate government structure statewidestatewide government structure. the taxi cab industry is afraid of this stuff and then consumers are demanding choice. >> you're right on the taxi try. industry. on the limousine industry, the small guy loves us because we're helping them fill out their dead time. when a small company only has a few cars can get five-minute pick up times they're then acting like a big companies. but then it means the big sedan companies have little guys who compete at the big level. sometimes they don't like us because we're helping the little guys act like big guys. and so you in this ways you keep hearing about the driver job we're creating. we give riders high fives and we give drivers hugs. you hear about big companies and little companies this weird tongue-in-cheek way we're doing the populous limo movement. that's what is happening. >> also, this whole idea of ride sharing using these tools of technology you have got lift and sid
that is not just environmental, not just human, about the depression, the experience of the oakeys in california was like what we do with immigrants. the sheriff of los angeles county without a single jurisdictional authority went to the border of arizona to stop people from going in. joe arpiello. >> yes, people had had enough. the vast majority of people stayed behind. >> in the area that we concentrated, it was called no man's land. it was the geographical center of the dust bowl the little bit of kansas, a little bit of colorado and new mexico. people are coming from all over the country. they're all being called oakeys. they're all being told at the movie theaters n word and oakies upstairs. the great irony was sundown counties. which means don't let the sun go down on you in this county. so every single subject has that possibility to dig into a moment, a little kernel, and it blossoms into something that reflects almost every aspect of us today. i mean, do i have the best job in the country? i guess. i mean, because it educates all my parts every time i go out and you gain a greater appre
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